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Boat and Recreational Vehicle Insurance

Did you finally buy that boat? Congrats! We know you can’t wait to get our on your next adventure – we appreciate all the natural beauty this region has to offer, too. But first, let’s protect your investment.

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Boating and RV insurance coverage for fun moments with family and friends

Enjoy peace of mind knowing we’ve got you covered with a reliable boat and recreational vehicle insurance policy. Know that your lender may require certain coverages when you purchase a boat or recreational vehicle, and we can talk about that. Your policy could include:

  • Bodily Injury
  • Property Damage
  • Hull Coverage
  • Collision
  • Comprehensive
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist
  • Medical payments

Terms to know

Understand what you’re paying for and why.

Bodily Injury

  • One of the most important coverages of your insurance policy.
  • Covers you if you cause an accident in which someone else is hurt or killed.
  • State laws differ as to how much you are required to carry.
  • Our insurance professionals recommend carrying at least $100,000 per person and $300,000 per occurrence – commonly expressed as 100/300.

Property Damage

  • Covers you if you damage someone else’s property.
  • Includes cars, buildings, utility poles, garage doors and other physical property.

Example: Say you’re loading your boat into the water, but you accidently damage the public ramp. Property damage insurance covers you.

Hull Coverage

  • Covers physical damage to your boat.

Example: If you’re driving your boat and your hull hits something in the water that causes damage, you’re covered. Or, if a tree limb falls on your boat while it’s parked in your yard for the winter, you’re covered.


  • Covers your vehicle repairs or replacement.
  • You may have to pay a deductible out of pocket before the insurance kicks in for the repairs.

Example: If you crash your ATV while making a tight turn on a trail, this insurance will cover you.


  • Covers your recreational vehicle if it becomes damaged in ways that don’t involve a collision.
  • Also protects your recreational vehicle from events like fire, falling objects, flood and theft.

Example: If you’ve parked your snowmobile near your house and it’s damaged by ice falling off the roof, this coverage protects you.

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist

  • Covers medical and other expenses when a driver hits you without insurance or inadequate limits of insurance.

Medical Payments

  • Acts as primary coverage for medical expenses for you and any passengers injured in an accident, regardless of fault.
  • Please note that states have different laws regarding this coverage.



Want to talk about your insurance options?

You can request a quote now or give us a call to discuss your options at 1-800-794-2941.